Wednesday, January 31, 2018

ADB and Centre sign 250 mn dollar loan agreement

Asian Development Bank and the Centre have signed a 250 million dollar loan to finance the construction of over 6,200 kilometres all-weather rural roads in Assam, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).
The program is aimed at improving rural connectivity, facilitating safer and more efficient access to livelihood and socio-economic opportunities for rural communities through improvements to about 12 thousand kilometres Rural Roads across the 5 States.
Joint Secretary (Multilateral Institutions) in Department of Economic Affairs Sameer Kumar Khare signed the loan agreement on behalf of Government of India. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Khare said, the ADB-funded investment program will provide continued assistance to the PMGSY and support the Government’s long-term goal for rural development.
He said, the programme is likely to have a transformative impact in terms of rural economy and will also bring in greater efficiency in terms of access and connectivity for the rural people in the five States.

Indian Navy launches 3rd Scorpene class submarine Karanj

Indian Navy today launched the third Scorpene class submarine Karanj. Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba’s wife Reena Lanba launched the submarine, which has been constructed by shipbuilder Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) in Mumbai.
Speaking on the occasion, Admiral Lanba said the submarine will undergo rigorous tests for the next one year before it is commissioned. a total six submarines are going to be built at the MDL. The submarines are being built in collaboration with French shipbuilding major Naval Group.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has last month commissioned the first of the six Scorpene-class submarine Kalvari into the Indian Navy and said its induction was a big step in the country’s defence preparedness.Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had then said that submarine building is a sophisticated and exacting craft which very few countries possess in their industrial capacity.

PM Modi to launch first Khelo India School Games

PM Modi to launch first Khelo India School Games in New Delhi; Govt plans to develop sports infrastructure in universities
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the first Khelo India School Games at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi today.
The games will continue until 8th of next month. Khelo India is expected to help scout young talent from the schools in various disciplines and groom them as future sports champions. AIR correspondent reports that the country’s brightest talent in the under-17 age group will compete in the Games.
The games will be held in 16 disciplines at five venues. The disciplines include Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Football, Hockey, Kabaddi, Shooting, Swimming, Weightlifting and Wrestling. The games will highlight India’s young sporting talent and showcase India’s sports potential. 199 gold medals, 199 silver medals and 275 bronze medals are at stake in these Games.
The Khelo India programme has been introduced to revive the sports culture in the country at the grass-roots level by building a strong framework for all sports played in the country.
Talented players identified in priority sports disciplines at various levels by a High-Powered Committee will be provided annual financial assistance of five lakh per annum for eight years.
The Government is planning to develop sports infrastructure in the universities so that they become Centre for excellence in Sports.
Sports Minister Col Rajyavardhan Rathore said Government will also develop sports infrastructure in one school each in 150 districts. He said, sports is state subject and the Centre is setting standards for states to follow.
Col Rathore expressed hope that Khelo India college games will be held next year. He said the Centre will bring a Sports Code which will ensure transparency. Col Rathore said, his Ministry has recommended to the Central Advisory Board of Education to include physical education as a subject in the school curriculum.

Theresa May visiting China

UK PM  Theresa May visiting  the central Chinese city of Wuhan Wednesday on the UK’s trade probabilities outside of the European Union. PM begins her three-day visit to the country, education programmes with China including deals worth some £550m to the economy. Assured nation to raise human rights and Hong Kong’s political situation with China’s leaders this week.
PM is accompanied by  50 British business leaders, May’s visit  focus on exploring  new global trade links ahead of the UK’s divorce from the European Union, slated for March 2019.

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Summary:Election Expenses of MLAs from the Himachal Pradesh Assembly 2017 Elections

Summary and Highlights of Election Expenses of MLAs from the Himachal Pradesh Assembly 2017 Elections                 
  1. Less than 50% of the Limit:  Out of 68 MLAs analysed25(37%)  MLAs have declared election expenses of less than 50% of the expense limit of Rs. 28 lakhs in their constituency.
  2. Average Election Expenses: Based on the election expense declarations of 68 MLAs from Himachal Pradesh Assembly, the average amount of money spent by them in the elections is  Rs 15.26 lakhs, which is  55% of the expense limit.
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Figure: Party-wise Average Election Expenses (Rs. in lakhs)
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Figure: Break Down of Elections Expenses Incurred by MLAs
  
3.   Top 3 MLAs with highest Election Expenses: The details of top 3 MLAs who have declared the highest election expenses are given below:
S.No.
Name
District
Constituency
Party
Expense Limit(Rs.)
Total expenses incurred/ authorized (Rs.)
% of limit reached
1
KULLU
ANNI
BJP
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
25,83,669
25 Lacs+
92%
2
SOLAN
KASAULI
BJP
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
24,58,389
24 Lacs+
88%
3
MANDI
KARSOG
BJP
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
22,95,220
22 Lacs+
82%
Table: Top 3 MLAs with highest election expenditure

  1. MLAs with lowest Election Expenses:   The details of top 3 MLAs who have declared lowest election expenses are given below:
S.No.
Name
District
Constituency
Party
Expense Limit
Total expenses incurred/ authorized (Rs.)
% of limit reached
1
SHIMLA
ROHRU
INC
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
3,88,657
3 Lacs+
14%
2
SHIMLA
KASUMPTI
INC
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
6,48,950
6 Lacs+
23%
3
HAMIRPUR
HAMIRPUR
BJP
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
7,10,735
7 Lacs+
25%
Table: 3 MLAs with lowest election expenditure
5.   Break Down of Sources of Funds Raised by MLAs
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Figure: Percentage Break-down of  Funds Raised by MLAs
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Summary and Highlights of Election Expenses of MLAs from the Gujarat Assembly 2017 Elections
                 
  1. Less than 50% of the Limit:  Out of 182 MLAs analysed54(30%)  MLAs have declared election expenses of less than 50% of the expense limit 
    of Rs. 28 lakhs
     in their constituency.
  2. Average Election Expenses: Based on the election expense declarations of 182 MLAs from Gujarat Assembly, the average amount of money spent by them in the elections is  Rs 16.45 lakhs, which is  59% of the expense limit.

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Figure: Party-wise Average Election Expenses (Rs. in lakhs)

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Figure: Break Down of Elections Expenses Incurred by MLAs

3. MLAs who have exceeded the Election Expenditure Limit:  There are two MLAs who have exceeded  the expense limit. Rajendrasinh Ranjitsinh Chavda (BJP) from Himatnagar has exceeded the expense limit by Rs. 5, 78,309. Dindor Kuberbhai Manusukhbhai(BJP) from Santrampur constituency has exceeded the expense limit by Rs.95,766.The details of these two MLAs are given below: 
 
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S.No.
Name
District
Constituency
Party
Expenditure incurred/authorized by MLA
Expense Limit(Rs.)
Total expenses  incurred/ authorized (Rs.)
Excess Expenditure Incurred (Rs.)
% of limit reached
MLA/his election agent     (Rs.)
By Political Party (Rs.)
Any other association/body of persons/  individual (Rs.)
1
RAJENDRASINH RANJITSINH CHAVDA
SABARKANTHA
HIMATNAGAR
BJP
22,38,900
11,04,709
34,700
2800000                  28 Lacs+
*33,78,309                  33 Lacs+
578309                5 Lacs+
121%
2
DINDOR KUBERBHAI MANSUKHBHAI
MAHISAGAR
SANTRAMPUR (ST)
BJP
23,76,746
5,19,020
0
2800000                  28 Lacs+
2895766                    28 Lacs+
95766                95 Thou+
103%
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                                                                                                         Table:  MLAs who have exceededthe election expenditure limit
* The MLA has provided the total expenditure incurred as Rs.1, 46,755 in his affidavit. However, when we calculate the expenditure incurred by MLA/his agent; by political party and by any other association, body of persons/individual, it totals up to Rs. 33, 78,309
  1. MLAs with lowest Election Expenses:   The details of top 3 MLAs who have declared lowest election expenses are given below:
S.No.
Name
District
Constituency
Party
Expenditure incurred/authorized by MLA
Expense Limit(Rs.)
Total expenses
incurred/ authorized (Rs.)
% of limit reached
MLA/his
electionagent(Rs.)
By Political Party (Rs.)
Any other association/
body of persons/
individual(Rs.)
1
MAHISAGAR
LUNAWADA
IND
3,00,568
0
0
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
3,00,568
3 Lacs+
11%
2
MAHESANA
BECHARAJI
INC
3,81,719
0
0
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
3,81,719
3 Lacs+
14%
3
BANASKANTHA
VADGAM (SC)
IND
5,20,553
0
0
28,00,000
28 Lacs+
5,20,553
5 Lacs+
19%
Table: MLAs with lowest election expenditure
5.   Break Down of Sources of Funds Raised by MLAs
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Figure: Percentage Break-down of  Funds Raised by MLAs
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Quake M6.1 – Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan

2018-01-31 07:07:00 (M6.1) Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan 36.5 70.8 (3fa06).

Quake epicenter was near Afghanistan’s Jarm, which was hit by a devastating 7.5 magnitude quake in October 2015 that triggered landslides and flattened buildings, killing more than 380 people across the region.
Preliminary Earthquake Report
Magnitude6.1
Date-Time
  • 31 Jan 2018 07:07:00 UTC
  • 31 Jan 2018 11:07:00 near epicenter
  • 31 Jan 2018 11:07:00 standard time in your timezone
Location36.543N 70.816E
Depth191 km
Distances
  • 3.2 km (2.0 mi) NE of Ghurayd Gharamē, Afghanistan
  • 35.7 km (22.1 mi) S of Jurm, Afghanistan
  • 66.1 km (41.0 mi) WSW of Ashkāsham, Afghanistan
  • 67.0 km (41.5 mi) SSE of Fayzabad, Afghanistan
  • 74.1 km (46.0 mi) WSW of Ishqoshim, Tajikistan
Location UncertaintyHorizontal: 4.8 km; Vertical 5.5 km

Dear Mr. Sagar, Budget 2017 big bets: Arun Jaitley must make it:

Dear Mr. Sagar
Budget 2017 big bets: Arun Jaitley must make it attractive for private sector to invest in infrastructure, housing
Budget 2017 is expected to be a ‘big’ budget. With GST on the anvil and demonetisation already undertaken, the ground has been laid for the government to announce some big-bang measures for promoting investment and lifting the economy to a…
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PGTI Cochin Masters


PGTI Cochin Masters –

PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club returns for its fifth edition

Ø Prize purse of Rs. 40 lakh


Ø Leading names in the field include Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar, Mithun Perera, Udayan Mane, Honey Baisoya, Anura Rohana, Shankar Das, Feroz Ali Mollah



Kochi, January 30, 2018: The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) will stage the fifth edition of the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club from January 31 – February 3, 2018, at the CIAL Golf Club in Kochi. The second tournament of the season carries a prize purse of Rs. 40 lakh. The Pro-Am event will be played on February 4, 2018.

The tournament features leading Indian names such as former champions Mukesh Kumar (defending champion) and Feroz Ali Mollah, Shamim Khan (2017 PGTI Order of Merit champion), Udayan Mane, Honey Baisoya and Shankar Das, to name a few.

The field will also feature prominent names from overseas such as Anura Rohana (Sri Lanka), Mithun Perera (Sri Lanka), N Thangaraja (Sri Lanka), K Prabagaran (Sri Lanka), Md Zamal Hossain Mollah (Bangladesh), Kunal Bhasin (Australia), Albie Hanekom (South Africa) and Arthur Horne (Swaziland). The one local name in the field is that of Madesh Krishna.

Mr. V. J. Kurian, Managing Director, Cochin International Airport Limited, said, “The PGTI Cochin Masters series has grown as one of the major events in the national golf circuit. CIAL’s golf course has evolved itself to pose exciting challenges to the players. The fairways and greens have matured now. I hope that the fifth edition of the PGTI Cochin Masters series will be a great success.”

Mr. A. M. Shabeer, Executive Director, CIAL, said, “This is the first time that CIAL hosts the event in winter. This brings in favourable weather conditions for the players. At the same time, the course is designed to pose more formidable challenges. All the previous seasons could produce unexpected champions. I expect a thrilling event ahead.”

Mr. Uttam Singh Mundy, CEO, PGTI, said, “Over the past five years, the PGTI Cochin Masters presented by CIAL Golf Club has grown into one of the premier professional events in southern India. The tournament has been a stepping stone for promising Indian talent such as Shubhankar Sharma who won his maiden title at the inaugural event in 2014. He has since gone on to win on the European Tour. We now look forward to the fifth edition of the tournament which will witness a strong field teeing it up in top-class course conditions.”

The CIAL Golf Club (CGC) has been developed on 130 acres of rolling greens. CGC is designed to play to a length of over 7430 yards and is the only 18-hole golf course in Kerala. CGC is an eco-friendly all weather golf course that is comparable to the best. It is the first course in the country to offer an island green on the 18th hole for a very exciting and challenging round of golf.

Quality of Delhi’s air

Feb
1
Public debate over the quality of Delhi’s air reliably spikes every winter, along with the readings from air quality monitors. However, public discussion tends to rapidly taper off, even as the air quality remains consistently bad.
The Initiative on Climate, Energy and Environment (ICEE) at the Centre for Policy Research (CPR) is organising a seminar series – Clearing the Air? Seminar Series on Delhi’s Air Pollution  to promote sustained and informed public understanding around the data, impacts, sources and policy challenges involved in clearing Delhi’s air. While we will focus on the Delhi context, the series will also reflect the fact that the problem extends far beyond Delhi. The seminar series will present the work of experts in a range of areas, to help promote informed public discussion about what changes are needed, what is possible, and how to get it done. Clearing the air in terms of knowledge and public information, we hope, will make a small contribution toward actually clearing Delhi’s air.
ICEE invites you to the fourth event in this series.
Panel Discussion on ‘The role of the transport sector in Delhi’s air quality: key drivers and opportunities for intervention’ 
Panellists: Amit Bhatt, Parthaa Bosu, Sumit Sharma
Moderator: Mukta Naik
Thursday, 1 February 2018, 4:00 p.m.
Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research
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The seminar series began with a talk on air pollutants in Indian cities and the gaps in our knowledge about them, followed by two events on health impacts of air pollution. We now turn to specific sources of air pollution, and we begin with transport. Vehicular pollution has been a significant contributor to Delhi’s air pollution, accounting for up to a fourth of PM 2.5 emissions. Delhi has the largest vehicular population of any city in India, with over a crore registered vehicles. More than 90% of these are private vehicles, and this number has steadily grown over the years. However, regulatory interventions towards promoting cleaner fuel and phasing out old vehicles, as well as legal measures to cap or decrease the number of vehicles have primarily focused on public transit vehicles. The panel will deliberate on key technical and policy drivers for reduction and management of emissions from the transport sector, including the source composition of air pollution from transport, potential gains from changes in fuel standards and fuel types, and issues related to public transport and modal shares.
About the Panellists: 
Amit Bhatt is the Director of Integrated Urban Transport at WRI India. He is based in Delhi and provides vision and leadership to all transport initiatives across WRI in India and neighbouring countries. Amit has over 17 years’ experience in the field of transport planning, non-motorised transportation, road safety, capacity building, street design and urban development. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Master’s degrees in Transport and Economics, and a diploma in Transport Economics and Management.
Parthaa Bosu is the lead consultant on air pollution with Environment Defence Fund, based in the United States. He was previously with the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), working on in-use vehicle emissions, and has also served as the India Director and South Asia Liaison of the UN Partnership, Clean Air Asia. Parthaa was a part of the working-group on non-motorized transport promotion at the Ministry of Urban Development, and structured the Green Freight India Working Group, which works on reducing emissions from freight and also making it more efficient. He is currently trying to nurture dialogues on rising air pollution and congestion in cities, and recently helped design the Chennai Freight Partnership with IIT Madras and the Madras Chambers.
Sumit Sharma is a Fellow and Associate Director of the Earth Science and Climate Change group of TERI. He has worked on a number of projects related to air quality management which involves air quality monitoring, emission inventorisation, air quality modeling (dispersion and receptor), and drafting air quality management plans. He has carried out a source apportionment study for the city of Bangalore, involving air quality modeling exercises and developing scenarios for air quality improvement. He also has been working on regional scale ozone pollution, and conducting workshops and training programs for sensitization of various stakeholders on air quality improvement.
The panel will be moderated by Mukta Naik, Senior Researcher, CPR.

MASSIVE SUPPORT TO  48 HOURS DELHI TRADE BANDH CALLED BY CAIT

​In protest against ongoing sealing of commercial establishments in Delhi, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has called for a 48 hours Delhi Trade Bandh on 2nd & 3rd February when the entire trade of Delhi shall remain closed and no business activity will take place.
The Bandh is getting spontaneous and tremendous response from Market Associations all over Delhi. In a major development prominent markets of Delhi including ​Connaught Place, Chandni Chowk, Karol Bagh, Sadar Bazar,Kamla Nagar, Chawri Bazar, Khan Market, South Extension, Greater Kailash, Defence Colony, Green Park and all other Markets of South Delhi, Rajouri Garden, Tilak Nagar, Uttam Nagar, Kirti Nagar and other markets of West Delhi, Karol Bagh, Ashok Vihar, Model Town, Shalimar Bagh, Pitampura, Rohini and other markets of North Delhi, Paharganj, Krishna Nagar, Vikas Marg, Laxmi Nagar, Shahdara, Loni Road, Mayur Vihar and other markets of trans yamuna area today declared their support & participation in 48 Hours Delhi Trade Bandh on 2-3 February .Other markets of Delhi are also gearing themselves to participate in Trade Bandh.
CAIT Secretary General Mr. Praveen Khandelwal said that it is expected that more than 7 lakh traders from more than 2000 markets of Delhi shall keep their shutters closed to lodge their strong protest against sealing of business establishments in Delhi.The traders are demanding the Central Government to come in action and immediately bring a Bill in the Parliament to protect entire trade and traders of Delhi from the clutches of sealing as also de-sealing of the establishments already sealed.
The traders lamented that sealing issue is being politicised by few politicians and we strongly condemn them. We are fighting the battle of our survival and livelihood and they are more interested in engagement of politics on our head and shoulder which is not acceptable to us. If they can’t bring relief then they should desist themselves in playing their politics.

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ASI challenges

The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library
cordially invites you to a Public Lecture

on

Challenging Conservation of Temples in Chambal Valley
by
 Shri K.K. Muhammad

 Project Archaeological Director,Aga Khan Trust for Culture
at 03.00 pm on Friday,  02 February 2018
in the Seminar Room, Library Building
Nehru Memorial Museum and Library
Teen Murti House, New Delhi-110011

All are welcome.

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On International Day Of Commemoration “Mesage of UNSG Antonio Guterres” In Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust

Today we remember the six million Jewish men,women and children who perished in the Holocaust.Countless others also lost their lives as cruelty convulsed the World.
yet decades since the Second World War ,we see the persistence of anti-Semitism and an increase in other forms of prejudice.
Neo-Nazis and while supremacy groups are among the main purveyors of extreme hatred.
And too often, vile views are moving from the margins to the mainstreams of societies and politics.
We must stand together against the normalization of hate.
Whenever and wherever humanity’s  values are abandoned,we are all at risk.
All of us have a responsibility to quickly,clearly and decisively resist racism and violence.
Through education and understanding, we can build a future of dignity,human rights and peaceful coexistence for all.

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